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Title: A tempo-based music search engine with multimodal query
Authors: YI YU
Keywords: Multimodal Query, Tempo, Music Information Retrieval, Intention Gap, Algorithm Evaluation, User Study
Issue Date: 2-Aug-2011
Citation: YI YU (2011-08-02). A tempo-based music search engine with multimodal query. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: This thesis presents TMSE: a novel Tempo-sensitive Music Search Engine with multimodal inputs for wellness and therapeutic applications. TMSE integrates six different interaction modes, Query-by-Number, Query-by-Sliding, Query-by- Example, Query-by-Tapping, Query-by-Clapping, and Query-by-Walking, into one single interface for narrowing the intention gap when a user searches for music by tempo. Our preliminary evaluation results indicate that multimodal inputs of TMSE enable users to formulate tempo related queries more easily in comparison with existing music search engines.
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